i thought i was gonna get a free blamm point but i liked this haha.
it was stupid but it was funny and i gave it a 5
liked the style
and the music went well with the flash.
only thing i didnt like was how themusic cut out at the end but i think u can fix that.
it was pretty good though
that was just a great piece of art.
i love stuff like this and i hope u make more longer complex flashes like this in the future.
Thanks, glad you liked it. I will definietly put something longer and more complex together.
even though this kinda sucked, i gave it a 5 cuz it was sorta funny hehe
i dont think u like canadians
but canada sucks, i donthink america should bomb them...america should just take the whole damn country lol
wow how original. ive never seen a movie before where it gave me advice on wut not to say to girl...
there was like 2 funny parts and the rest of it i couldnt make out wut he was saying =/
thats why i gave u such a low score, i just couldnt understand it
if u re-do this then put better audio so peple can understand wut hes saying withouht puttting there ears up against the speakers =/
wow that was great!
good job with this one
if you want this is just my opionin, but ushould make it longer and put the flash porthole scene and show a scene on how people submit a bunhc of crap lol
but yeah u probably dont care lol
Thanks for the review...I was actually concerned people would rather if it was longer. I like your suggestions...maybe ill do that sometime...but now im incredibly busy
that was a good commercial =]
all it needs is music or sound and i wouldve gave it a full 5 and 10
i gave u a 4 btw
but i sujest u put some sound in and re submit it
i was going to give this a save
but the stupid loop made me blam it =/
do this again but add more crap to it, and get rid of the stupid annoying loop.
Jesus Christ walks into an inn, drops a handful of nails on the counter and says "can you put me up for the night?" "that's actually in pretty poor taste." the innkeeper says. "I'm a practicing Christian, did you know that?" The man dressed as Jesus shakes his head. No, he did not know that. He realizes his prank, while perhaps well-intended, has caused this man only grief. It is at this precise moment that this man, let's call him Robert, has a religious epiphany. He decides to work for the innkeeper and help make it the most hospitable inn around, under a warm Christian moral. The unfortunate side of this story is that the innkeeper, while not realizing it at the time, is experiencing the early stages of severe liver failure. When his disease finally drives him to seek medical attention, it's too late - he is put on the waiting list for a transplant, but due to the lack of active donors in our modern society, he dies before he can receive a new liver. A part of Robert will always feel guilty for the innkeeper's death, who has become a kind of surrogate father for him. You see, Robert's own father, an incorrigible drunk and gambler, left him and his mother to fend for themselves when Robert was six years old. Robert's father, Sam, had never taken much to this family life, and decided to once again try his luck in the golden halls of Las Vegas. Unfortunately, his gambling addiction drives him to strike an ill-advised loan with the mafia, which eventually leads to his untimely death at the hands of a disillusioned Italo-American youth named Guisepe. Guisepe's one prized possession in this world is his dog Gino, the only dog in the world capable of communicating simple matters of interest to him in morse code, by barking. When an FBI shootout claims the life of Guisepe, Gino is adopted by the Feds and eventually used in desert warfare for his unique talent. The dog sees the sands of Iraq, the cold tundra of Siberia, the vast steppes of Kenya. On a mission to guard diamond mines in Nigeria, Gino is befriended by a French mercenary, who renames him Pierre. It seems as if misfortune haunts this dog, however, as one night he has a traumatic dream about his former owner and rips out the mercenary's throat in his sleep. This is witnessed by Rupert Weisskopf, a German missionary who lived in Switzerland for most of his childhood, who takes pity on the dog and takes it with him back to Salzburg. There he purchases a hotdog from a street vendor who is rude to him. Not because the man is evil - but because, the previous night, his son has informed him he is a homosexual. The father, conservative and believer in a staunch tradition, cannot accept his son as such. Years later, when his son engages in a same-sex marriage and adopts a Korean boy, the father begins to regret his choices, but is too trapped within his own world of traditions to take the first step. His now adopted grandson, named Tyler by agreement of his two fathers, grows up to invent a new way to package meat and vegetables, but is cheated out of the patent by a multinational's crafty intellectual rights lawyers. One of these men, Lambert Gascoigne, begins to have second thoughts about his job after he sees how his actions have destroyed a man. He decides to make a pilgrimage to Thailand, where he is mistakenly arrested in a mass child prostitution sting. His fellow prisoners beat him to death after finding out his supposed crime, moments before a judge realizes the error and pronounces him a free man. The judge's daughter, fascinated by this turn of events, writes a novel on it that becomes an international bestseller, moreso after it is turned into a film starring Mark Wahlberg and Jeanne Tripplehorn.
not only is it stupid
but i cant understand nehting those damn clocks say
try to make it so people can understand it
Clicking the big PLAY button helps you see the movie, unless you couldn't figure that out.
i agree with the last guy
work on better lip syncing and put some voice in
cant wait for the 2nd one =]
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